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Republicans and Democrats consider each other immoral – even when treated fairly and kindly by the opposition

By Phillip McGarry, Ph.D. Candidate in Experimental Psychology, University of Tennessee
With growing polarization, political attitudes have begun to coincide with moral convictions. Partisans increasingly view each other as immoral. New research reveals the depth of that conviction.The Conversation

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